Daily Archives: January 5, 2011

Catholics: Pray for our Bishops

Via Deacon Greg Kandra: Bishop to Flock: I feel deeply ashamed. H/T The Anchoress. Facing a growing tide of sex abuse lawsuits, the Archdiocese of Milwaukee is filing for bankruptcy.  This afternoon, Archbishop Jerome Listecki released a statement.  A key … Continue reading

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From Down Under: Cardinal Pell Blasts Catholic Politicians

It appears that politicians who declare that they are devout Catholics, in order to gain votes, but publicly go against Church teaching are not just an American phenomena. Apparently it is common in Australia too. And Cardinal Pell has had … Continue reading

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Saint of the Day: St. John Neumann

This  American saint was actually born in Bohemia on March28, 1811, the son of Agnes and Phillip Neumann. He was drawn to the religious life early on and entered the diocesan seminary of Budweis in 1831. Two years later, he attended the … Continue reading

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